|CPDT-KSA Knowledge:||0.00||CBCC-KSA Knowledge:||10.00|
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* Courses approved for CBCC-KA CEUs may be applied to a CPDT-KA recertification. Courses approved for CPDT-KA may not be applied to a CBCC-KA recertification.
Does your pet growl, show their teeth, lunge, muzzle punch, air snap, or bite? Even if this happens just once or twice, it can be scary and disheartening nonetheless to see your sweet pet flip the switch. Many people put off seeking professional help at the first signs of reactivity or aggression thinking that maybe it will get better on its own. Unfortunately, that’s almost never the case and usually the behavior worsens instead when not treated by a professional. Even more unfortunately, it’s more time-consuming to tackle a behavior that has a long history of being performed. That doesn’t mean that all hope is lost! It is possible to modify reactivity and aggression to help your pet live more comfortably. That means less stress, worry, and liability for them and you. The science-based methods we employ dive into the root cause of your pet’s behavior and address the issue at its source. Plus, these techniques do wonders for your pet’s confidence and your relationship with them. It’s a win-win. It can be overwhelming to consider taking on a big thing like modifying your pet’s behavior by yourself. That’s where our Reactivity and Aggression comes in. Immersive Digital Courses allow you to work with a certified behavior consultant every step along the way but with the benefit of group pricing. We’ll discuss the contributing factors to reactivity and aggression, and will systematically work through these behavior issues with the client-attendees while auditors get to sit in on the process. Even though this course will be dog-centric since most of our attendees are dog owners, we’ll be addressing these issues for all species of companion animals, so any type of pet owner is welcome and encouraged to sign up! Don’t wait until your pet’s behavior gets worse and more challenging to address it.